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LSI enables content processing on Intel platforms

Posted: 29 Jul 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Tarari? hardware-based content processing? Intel platforms?

LSI Corp. announced that it will demonstrate Tarari content processing on a platform powered by the new Intel EP80579 integrated processor with Intel QuickAssist Technology at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), in San Francisco, California Aug. 19-21.

"This demonstration further validates the speed, power consumption and ROI advantages of LSI Tarari content processing when integrated with Intel platforms," said Randy Smerik, senior VP of network components group at LSI. "Our products enable faster time-to-market for Intel customers requiring content processing and deep packet inspection in their systems."

"The Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel QuickAssist Technology provides security and data path acceleration and delivers excellent performance-per-watt for small form factor designs," said Rose Schooler, general manager, embedded performance products division, Intel. "LSI-provided accelerator technology enables additional acceleration capabilities for Intel platforms targeted at high-end applications used in communications infrastructure and the enterprise."

As an adopter of Intel QuickAssist, LSI will showcase the performance advantages of Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor platforms tightly coupled with silicon-based, LSI Tarari content processing technology.

The LSI Tarari content processor family provides a comprehensive set of functions focused on security, QoS, content-based billing, bandwidth management and XML enterprise application acceleration supporting the high-performance complementary acceleration requirements of many Intel EP80579 integrated processor product line customers. The Tarari solutions are highly scalable providing maximum design and application flexibility. The Tarari environment features a common application programming interface and supports common PCIe 8 lane industry interfaces, resulting in shorter design cycles and faster times to market.





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